Professor Tim Congdon and Dr Juan Castañeda: What is monetarism?
Discussion with Professors Tim Congdon and Geoffrey Wood: Should central banks adjust the size of their balance sheets?
Money in the Great Recession:- Book launch by Professor Tim Congdon, IEA London, 13th July 2017
Professor Tim Congdon: Monthly video July 2017: A round-up of money trends in the main nations
Professor Tim Congdon: Monthly video June 2017: The debate on UK monetary policy
Professor Tim Congdon: Monthly video May 2017: Can President Macron revive the Franco-German engne of European integration?
Professor Tim Congdon: Monthly video April 2017: Another credit & money slowdown a new concern in the USA
Professor Tim Congdon: Monthly video March 2017: Should US banks double their capital?
Professor Tim Congdon: Monthly video February 2017: Is another Eurozone crisis imminent?
Professor Tim Congdon: Monthly video January 2017: Will there be a Trump boom in 2017?
The great economist, John Maynard Keynes, said in his celebrated 1923 Tract on Monetary Reform, that changes in the value of money 'have produced in the past, and are producing now, the vastest social consequences, because, when the value of money changes, it does not change equally for all persons and for all purposes...[I]nflation and deflation alike...has inflicted great injuries'.